8 Week Class
An eight-week intensive consisting of weekly one-hour phone calls plus daily writing assignments with critiques. $1,000.
Queen of Jacks, New and Selected Poems (275 pages)
Copyright, 2019, ISBN#9781098739119: A riveting and seamless page turner—a quality infrequently found in volumes of poetry—particularly in one of such wide and deeply ranging scope. Poem after poem I found myself in eager anticipation of the next. Her words are clear and compelling, embracing virtually every element of the human pathos. These poems hold the reader—tightly or gently—but never at arm's length. She comes to remind us that, as human beings, we are connected not so much by our strengths, as by our woundedness. Her candor, honesty and authenticity are way, way beyond rare. No false moves here. Dr. Lee is among the most admired and respected figures in poetry. Queen of Jacks shows us precisely why. Such a life. --Robert Nazarene
Our Father limited editon
These volumes entitled Our Father are editioned at 26, and numbered A-Z. Each individual volume is, in effect, a mixed media piece presenting Stellasue Lee’s collected father poems. Cover design by artist Eric L Hansen and hand silkscreen printed on French Muscletone—Pop Tone Hot Fudge 140C paper; interior pages designed by McClearen Design Studios in Nashville and printed on archival paper; each volume then hand sewn. When you purchase one of the 26 volumes, you receive a letter of provenance establishing your volume’s authenticity. Both your volume and the letter are hand-numbered, and they each bear Stellasue’s signature and hand imprinted seal.
Copyright, 2010, ISBN #978-0-9826472-0-2: This moving collection details the journey from a place that is broken beyond repair to a world where there is hope, light, and love. These poems are both moving and compassionate. They create a bridge between life and death we all will cross. Firecracker Red is a powerful collection of poems set squarely in the earth teaching us how to persevere. —Vivian Shipley, Editor of the Connecticut Review $19.99 + $2.38 S&H
Crossing the Double Yellow Line
copyright 2000, ISBN 0-941017-04-4 Nominated for the Pulitzer! An exploration of life that pulls no punches and asks for no apologies. Reading "Crossing the Double Yellow Line" makes you retreat into the secret place we all keep inside. The place we think no one else can enter, no one else can warm. We withdraw there, only to find footprints in the snow. $12.95 + $2.38 S&H
Over To You
copyright 1991, ISBN 0-941017-23-0 A collaboration with David Widup. An exchange of work between two poets who can speak in plain language yet convey a sensitivity to a world of successes and frustrations $8.95 + $2.38 S&H
After I Fall
copyright 1991, ISBN 0-94107-22-2 A collection co-authored with Ronald Alexander, Cynthia Kulikov, and Ian Ranall Wilson. "After I Fall" is a chorus of four separate voices blended by the commonality of shared experiences. As individuals the authors are strikingly different, yet in this collection of sometimes tender, sometimes sad, and sometimes painful poems, they share the hurt and desires of everyday life.
$8.95 + $2.38 S&H